[Sca-cooks] New here aren't we all

Ian Rocas rocas511 at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 6 14:15:28 PST 2007

So it does.  But Rocas also means "crow" in gaelic.  That's my name's origin.  ;-)

> Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 20:27:20 -0300
> From: lordhunt at gmail.com
> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Sca-cooks] New here aren't we all
> Ian Rocas wrote:
> >  I go by the name Rocas...
> Welcome we have me hard stones in this group, you'll fit in! (Roca in 
> Spanish is rock. Puff!)
> Gunther wrote:
> > Welcome to my Living Room. I hope you have a great time
> > here and learn and contribute with everyone. Welcome to the
> > SCA as well although this list isn't limited to just SCA folk. You
> > will have the opportunity to explore and learn about pretty much
> > anything you have an interest in. 
> >  
> > This list has some of the greatest minds in the field of historical
> > cooking I've found and access to those other great minds who 
> > aren't on here. 
> >  
> > Don't be afraid to ask questions or post comments or share your
> > knowledge but also expect requests to back up facts or assumptions.
> > This isn't being mean but one of the major drawbacks of historical
> > cooking is assumptions of what "everyone knows" and then finding
> > out just the opposite. There is lively debate but I don't allow flaming
> > or stuff to get too out of hand. We are a bunch of friends gathered
> > together and talking about whatever a bunch of historical and cooking
> > geeks talk about. That can be the variations by region of the ingredients
> > of powdre forte or the New England Patriots. Sometimes we get off
> > topic but it always comes around to cooking.
> >  
> >   
> >> > but am looking to find and join an SCA house that has a presence in the Lansing Michigan area. <
> >>     
> > Well, I'm in Dallas . . . 
> Kind of you Gunther but I would like to go to your kitchen and see what 
> you do there.
> Too bad we are a little far apart, our Rock in Lansing, you in Dallas 
> and in Santiago, Chile right now.
>     Jen Conrad wrote from Ann Arbor saying she is 'mundane'.
>     Just flipped the wrong button deleting that last SCA message. 
> Probably wise as I have comments so I am more limited saying I do not 
> agree with that because I agree with Gunther said we have some of the 
> 'greatest minds in historical cooking'. Thanks buddy! Our gourmet cook 
> in our home when here is our son who broke down last night for the first 
> time being a second year student at Wharton Business School working on 
> his MA. At 5 am he called he us and cried because of  classes from 9-5 
> and homework until 3 am, student loans and a lot more tension. We were 
> so honored he did that.
>     We hugged him over the phone and emailed him today while he was in 
> class to receive our love when he got home.
>     We are doubting tonight whether to send him this message or not:
> http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/video/shifthappens
> poor kid who never complains. You know we have it so much easier being 
> parents of 20 year olds, younger ladies and gentleman, who need us so 
> much but when they cry for our love, we cry too!
>     So 'my little rock',  Mr. Rocas, we will love you too if you want to 
> love us.
> Suey
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